Aftermath of Turkish Earthquake

NPR's Julie McCarthy reports from Istanbul on the latest developments in the aftermath of the massive earthquake that shook northwestern Turkey one week ago. According to officials, more than 12,000 people have been killed. One of the main concerns now is the threat of infectious disease.



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